If it is not booting up at all (no CPU fan spin) then it hasnt even tried to get to the RMA yet. Personally teh first thing i would do is take everything of teh system set up the board out of the chassis with only the CPU and PSU, then turn it on and see what it does. If it the fan spins up and you get three beeps your good to go, then just add memopry and test, then GPU and test and so on...untill you reach the component causing the problem. then put it back in teh chassis and test.
If you dont even get three beeps nor teh CPU fan spinnning with nothing but board CPU and PSU then eitehr CPU/motherboard?PSU and the only hting you can do is cross test.
Thanks for reply.Due to busy month at work, I've finally recently got back to the problem.
THat's true what You write. I've Started to check all config. I've taken out the PSU( but left connected to the mbo)
started to unscrew the MBO- I unscrewed One bottom left screw attaching tne MBO to the chassis and that's what I'Ve got after swichind the PSU on:
System status LED gone stable green
After turning on the chassis power botton-wents've gone wild , diagnostics leds started to light up some codes, ONE beep., on the screen: info to change the boot utility- I guess that's normal (no CD in the player)
So according to other posts ther must by some short cirquit. This behavior happens only without this one bottom-left screw.
Well, what to do about it? I thought i could unscrew this one and leave it like that.
but i guess it's not normal, it shouldn't be like that, also can't leave the board unscrewed in that place as it's the ony one around that place.
how to eliminate this shorts. What should i use to attach this mbo to the chaissis? i use just simple tipical screws.
On page 14 of this document, it details out the keep out zone. Since you are using a third party chassis, make sure that you are properly mounting the baseboard into the chassis without shorting anything on the board. The QSG too has some information that may be relevant.